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A LIVE arts and cultural engagement network that’s as unique as you are. An online community of art lovers, educators, artists and makers awaits.

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SEP 27th 7PM ET / 4PM PT
#144 Considering Victory | Maxwell Alexandre

Brazilian artist Maxwell Alexandre's large-scale paintings form pathways and intimate enclosures that surround visitors. They portray striking scenes of communal leisure interspersed with recurring religious and art historical imagery. Pop cultural symbols appear alongside these images, including depictions of Black cultural icons, like Beyoncé, Nina Simone, and Elza Soares, and commercial products from his childhood, such as popular plastic blue Capri pools, Danone yogurt, and the chocolate drink Toddynho.

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SEP 20th 7PM ET / 4PM PT
#143 Considering Multilingualism | Tiffany Alfonseca

Tiffany Alfonseca an Uptown-based Dominican-American mixed media artist who creates vibrant and colorful artworks that celebrates Black and Afro-Latinx diasporic culture. Alfonseca’s artwork is an intricate combination of beauty, diversity, and multilingualism that exemplifies the strength of the Black and Afro-Latinx diaspora. 

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Unlike a typical museum / gallery tour, here at Considering.Art™ - it’s not really about us, we are more interested in you.

Never repeated, and each one unique, our interactive and explorative video tours last 90 mins in duration and are facilitated LIVE by your very own interpretative guides.

We believe in the power of art and community as a means of building a more equitable, inclusive and just future.

With a focus on contemporary art, we aim to explore some of the most pressing issues of today - bringing thoughts, feelings, and observations into a lively and challenging exchange.

Your Voice. Your Idea.
You Make 

AUG 30th 7PM ET / 4PM PT
#141 Considering Pop | Cinthia Sifa Mulanga

Cinthia Sifa Mulanga's practice is rooted in her experiences growing up in South Africa. After her studies, painting and collage, mediums that have come to define her practice, serve a dual interest in engaging with both the history of western art and popular culture. The focus of Mulanga’s practice is on the representation of Black women. Through their depiction, she looks to engage with different personas, emotions, or states of mind.

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